New Telehealth Billing Tool
Healthcare providers are encouraged to use this new tool to navigate telehealth billing.
Rural Citizens’ Access to Telehealth (RCAT)
RCAT is a partnership between the Missouri Telehealth Network (MTN) and the MO Department of Social Services, MO HealthNet Division. MTN will identify and survey stakeholders to discuss barriers. Then, provide telehealth education and training, technical assistance in project planning, and funds for new telehealth programs to increase access for rural Missourians.
Interprofessional Telehealth Training Program (ITTP)
Few telehealth training opportunities were available pre-pandemic. Through the ITTP, MTN will over free accredited modules with comprehensive telehealth education and training for all health disciplines. Curriculum topics include best practices, technology guidance, legal and regulatory updates, and key considerations on patient safety.
Training toolkits, instructional videos, and additional resources coming summer 2023!
Show-Me ECHO (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes)
MTN’s flagship program, started in 2014 with the support of state officials, continues to reach new providers with topics that increase patient access to exceptional care by a trusted professional in their community. Show-Me ECHO boasts one of the largest ECHO programs in the US, reaching every Missouri county and the City of St. Louis.
Sexual Assault Forensic Examination via Telehealth (SAFE-T)
MTN and the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, Women’s Health Division, will create a statewide teleSANE network, virtual SANE training modules, and a SANE ECHO to increase the number of SANE nurses and to increase survivor access to necessary services.
View our DHS SANE Telehealth Presentation